Month: August 2021

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By Robert C. Emerson Lake and Palmer’s (ELP) Love Beach, released in 1978, is the album Keith Emerson said is “an embarrassment against everything I’ve worked for.” Yet, it exists. During most of the 1970s, ELP was a paragon of daring, forward-leaning progressive rock. Conceptually and musically, the album was a high dive by the […]

By Jay Snead:- For a billionaire, McCartney lives very frugally. He was raised in a poor household and seems quite well-grounded. He grew up with clever but working class family and neighbours for whom frugality was ingrained because they had experienced hard times in the depression and the war. He has never forgotten this. The […]

Listen to the previously unreleased “Living in the Heart of Love,” from the era of the 1981 album By Jazz Monroe August 19, 2021 The Rolling Stones, photo by Helmut Newton The Rolling Stones will reissue their 1981 album Tattoo You on October 22 (via Polydor/Interscope/UMe). “Living in the Heart of Love,” one of several previously unreleased tracks to be included […]

A farmer was annoyed with his 16-year-old lad just being at home expecting this and that for doing nothing, so one day he approached him and said “Son, it’s time you grew up and started earning your own living”. The son replied in a very nervous fashion, “Ok dad, what you want me to do?! […]

Answered by Ben Kleschinsky: – I would love to add another one to this list. Without a doubt I could say, CSN&Y. What was destined to be America’s version of the Beatles came out of a supergroup experiment. As we all know the story, David Crosby from the Byrds, Graham Nash from Hollies, and Stephen Stills and Neil Young from Buffalo Springfield. Right […]

By Rick Bonner – Professional Musician and Performer. (1983-present) Come Together sounds like a deceptively simple song with gooblydy-goop words composed mainly by John Lennon. But there is so much more to this story. Lennon played rhythm guitar and electric piano and sang the lead vocals, Paul McCartney played bass, George Harrison played lead guitar, […]

Our weekly playlist highlights songs that our writers, editors, and contributors are listening to on repeat By Pitchfork August 16, 2021 The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, giving recommendations to […]

By Gary Trust 8/16/2021 The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber boast the biggest song in the world, as “Stay” spends a third week at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200 chart and climbs from No. 2 for its first week atop the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. survey. Plus, The Weeknd‘s new single “Take My Breath” enters the Global 200 and Global Excl. […]

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By Heran Mamo 8/16/2021 Out of the four versions of the musical romantic drama film A Star Is Born, Barbra Streisand is not a fan of the latest starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. The legendary performer talked to The Project on Sunday (Aug. 15) about the all-star line-up while promoting her latest album, Release Me 2. The original version of A Star Is Born premiered in 1937, starring Janet Gaynor […]

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